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Regulation of health apps urgently needed to protect consumers

Regulation of health apps urgently needed to protect consumers
Description
Commercial app stores urgently need to address the lack of information available to consumers about the benefits and quality of health apps, according to a new study funded by the NIHR Maudsley BRC.
Date:
Friday 3rd May 2019

King's continues its strong track record in the Jessup International Moot

King's continues its strong track record in the Jessup International Moot
Description
A team representing King's College London and the United Kingdom has ranked 5th in the world in the 2019 Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition.
Date:
Thursday 2nd May 2019

Alcohol Assertive Outreach Team awarded BMJ prize for Mental Health Team of the Year

Alcohol Assertive Outreach Team awarded BMJ prize for Mental Health Team of the Year
Description
The British Medical Journal's (BMJ) prize for Mental Health Team of the Year was awarded last week to the Alcohol Assertive Outreach team from the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience at King's College London.
Date:
Monday 29th April 2019

Partnership with global bar review leader BARBRI

Partnership with global bar review leader BARBRI
Description
Partnership with global bar review leader BARBRI enables international law graduates and King's alumni to qualify as a US Attorney.
Date:
Wednesday 24th April 2019

Ultrasound through 5G showcased at MWC 2019

Ultrasound through 5G showcased at MWC 2019
Description
Researchers in the Centre for Telecommunications Research, Department of Informatics, presented real-time interaction between a hospital and an ambulance using 5G networks at this year's Mobile World Congress.
Date:
Wednesday 17th April 2019

King's Team Competes in Day of Crisis Moot

King's Team Competes in Day of Crisis Moot
Description
On 5 and 6 of April 2019 a team from King's College London participated in the Day of Crisis Moot Competition in Paris, organised by Université Paris Nanterre in collaboration with the international law firm Simmons & Simmons.
Date:
Monday 15th April 2019

King's Hosts Motor Vehicle Insurance Conference

King's Hosts Motor Vehicle Insurance Conference
Description
A one day conference focusing on compulsory liability insurance for motor vehicle users took place on 2 April 2019 at The Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London.
Date:
Friday 12th April 2019

Mice reveal 38 new genes involved in hearing loss

Mice reveal 38 new genes involved in hearing loss
Description
New research from the IoPPN and Wellcome Sanger Institute has revealed multiple new genes involved in hearing loss.
Date:
Thursday 11th April 2019

DNA predicts differences in intelligence and educational achievement

DNA predicts differences in intelligence and educational achievement
Description
New research from the IoPPN finds individuals' DNA can predict up to 11% of the differences seen between young people in intelligence and 16% of the differences in educational achievement.
Date:
Thursday 11th April 2019

Pro Bono Award nomination for King's Legal Clinic student

Pro Bono Award nomination for King's Legal Clinic student
Description
Giulia Mazzu, an undergraduate law student working with King's Legal Clinic, has been nominated for 'Best contribution by an individual student' at the LawWorks and Attorney General Student Pro Bono Awards 2019.
Date:
Thursday 11th April 2019

Telephone and web-based CBT for IBS more effective than standard care

Telephone and web-based CBT for IBS more effective than standard care
Description
New research has shown that Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) tailored specifically for IBS and delivered over the telephone or through an interactive website is more effective in relieving the symptoms of IBS than current standard care.
Date:
Thursday 11th April 2019

No such thing as friendly neighbourhoods for lonely young people

No such thing as friendly neighbourhoods for lonely young people
Description
A new study from the IoPPN shows that lonely young people feel that their neighbourhoods lack cohesion – but that this could simply be a matter of perception. The researchers suggest that community-level interventions to tackle loneliness may not be a one-size-fits-all solution.
Date:
Monday 8th April 2019
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